7-year-old girl stuns LA Galaxy fans with national anthem

Malea Emma sings the US national anthem prior to LA Galaxy's MLS match against Seattle Sounders

Malea Emma sings the US national anthem prior to LA Galaxy's MLS match against Seattle Sounders

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is usually fierce and intimidating on the pitch but even he couldn't help crack a smile as little seven-year-old Malea Emma let out a stunning rendition of America's national anthem. Tjandrawidjaja's performance was the result of winning a Galaxy anthem contest, according to the soccer club.

Malea Emma began singing when she was one-year-old and made her singing debut at Carnegie Hall.

Ryan is also now trying to connect Malea with Xtina so stay tuned and listen back to the seriously impressive audio above as well as Malea's original performance at the Galaxy game.

The announcer introduced the singing prodigy as "tiny but mighty" before she took the field, captivating fans with her performance of the national anthem.

7-year-old Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja's cover of Radiohead. She said she practices with her dad every night and told CBS News that when she grows up she hopes to be a "singer, doctor, actress and violinist". The LA native has been singing since she was 1 and was entering talent competitions in downtown LA by the time she was 3.

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